Ryan Farley: Thoughts on Conservation

Posted: December 19, 2013 - 09:34 , by Aaron Phillips
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Biodiversity, Nature, Education & Engagement | Comments (1) | Comment
Ryan Farley, the ROM's lead concierge, near a tiger in the biodiversity gallery

As Lead Concierge at the Royal Ontario Museum, Ryan Farely and his team at the Museum's front entrance are the first point of contact for most of our visitors. In this video blog, Ryan shares his thoughts on some pressing conservation issues, and how he and his team contribute to the ROM's engagement of visitors on these important issues.

To learn more about biodiversity and the factors which threaten it, you can visit the Life in Crisis: Schad Gallery of Biodiversity, the Patrick and Barbara Keenan Family Gallery of Hands-on Biodiveristy, or the separately ticketed special exhibition Wildlife Photographer of the Year. Over ROM for the Holidays (Dec. 26 to Jan. 5th), you and your family can explore an Ontario Winter Wonderland in the Earth Rangers Studio, located within the Schad Gallery of Biodiversity, in which you can track Ontario animals, and share your photos of them with the Museum using #ROMwpy.

 

Comments

Comment by Brian Johnsrude

Great presentation video by a passionate and articulate staff member. Well done.

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